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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1940 PAGE FIVE —— Four Sororities Hold Rush Functions From Sunday Through Thursday Night He & ecewmcj fi me Kaghlirs, Phoreffs, Thetas, Tri-Kappas Entertain Rushees The week's rush activities—one of the busiest in the social calendar of the year—began with the Kappa Kappa Kappa"coffee Sunday morn- ing and ended with the Kaghlir informal dance Thursday night. The sororities will select their pledges at their Monday ni^ht meetings, and bids will be mailed Tuesday morning. For their afternoon function, tfee n nf flNtttity J*4 • buffet hn M ^ J 'i, • i supper Monday evening from 5 ur*r; and M"rth« Kirkpatrick, re~ until 7 at the Phoraff house. u„a whit. iti,,„ Three committees, program, so- t . '• J!l|. na -j„tir cial, and membership, were also m r'.i wKi^ L,) hl..J fl w, rs elected. Doris Mankins, R. J. Burns, ! Hwni mTv KdKar Griffin, and Miss Cora Belle guests and a humorous poem w« program com- given by Ioma Blocker. Loretta ml...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1940

fags six THK CAMPUS C HAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1940 * K<' BuSlock Hyder Attends Funeral Of Grandfather Elijah Barto Brooks, 7 , rrand father at Bnllcck Hyder of the Tractor* College go<vrrna«wit fac- ulty, died Wedn* da afternoon at the home of hi* daughter, Mr*. Tom 8 Hyder of bfftwtta. Funeral •errirn w«re conducted Thursday afternoon from the Presbyterian Church of Lewisville at 3 p. ra Burial «m in the Flower Mound (Uwnetery Qrandaon of a Revolutionary and mi of a Con fade rate aoldler, Brook*. who la *urviv«l by II children, ha« been a resident of Denfm County for 41 years. He was t ,m at Cedartown. Polk County. Georgia. November 14, 1H41, and in 1M4 moved to Tesas, when- he nettled in the Flower Mound community. Ha waa a mem- ber of the Pmbyu-rian Church of UrtrBi, a life-Ion# Democrat, and an I. O. 0. F. Miss Millican Doing Work Toward Degree Word that Mia* Addle Miilican, science ItMksr in Daawmatration School who ia oa leave to teach ia lioynum Junior H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1940

Th e Ca mpus Chat Eagles Beat S.M.U. In Cross Country FIFTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEOE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1U40 —i—mm— Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Avesta Plans Prize Contest; Cash Awards Five, Three, Two Dollar Prizes Offered Winners Fifty dollars in prises will be offered to T. C. students in a con- test sponsored by the Avesta, li- terary magazine of the college. Prizes will be awarded in five divisions, the short story, formal essay, informal essay, drama, and poetry. First prize in each divis- ion will be $5.00; second prise in each division, $3.00; and third •* prize in each division, $2.00. The purpose of the contest is to give every student who is in- terested in creative writing an equal chance to submit his work to be judged by faculty judges on the basis of ability to write in- teresting, readable material. All prize winners will be announced in the Chat, and all prize-winning material will be printed in the Avesta. No restrictions have be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1940

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEX.AS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1*40 —— Siscomen Face First Conference Foes Of Year Against S. F. A. Here Tonight Stephen F. Auitin FaH, More Ea* Te*a College Ends Ready for Baffle By 27-7 Last Week SfucvU Sc/Ujitwie. By W lob Mciendo* Om of ths vOtetand.ng (MM ia Uu season'* Urn War Con- ference ptay ia expected to be vmr Ourked Friday night when Coasi Jack Staeo'* North Teaaa skesaa play* beet to the Stephen f. Aoa- ttn LaaiLisijaifc* in a contest that I* slated to feature ■ me of U ■Ml iMMpttW MM Ml the Eaffts fiald m a long ««ae. Ud oy Jofcnie Kate and U bead 't *w:v*i hipp -> backs. the Esgle* ar« expected to ue>a*h • powerful aerial bw.bardreer.t in an effort to take the r iret conference leglg—ssrit of the sea- son again*t * team that is rated tofp* in peas defense Raymond Wrajr aarf Jaaee John- em, 8FA «nds, art among finest pees-receivers ia the loop The Lumberjacks ara eapectad to bring an aerial eireu* of their own to Denton in Robert M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1940

I ir- r I 1 l THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1940 Music of Recorder, Flute Pleases Trapp Listeners Instruments Known To Shakespeare; Good Singing Tone The sweet, wiitful music of the recorder or block flute that was . t known to Shakespeare and his "■*£ "?V*£ e.Very i"dic*t^n time filled the mnin auditorium?* frj- ^ of Teachers Collet Monday night „.th " "1^° ,H„Edd,e, ^anf for an audience that was charm- n / v ♦ „eull®n * ed by the gracious personalities "T eight uarons and baronesses ?nd the *" bonin« Platte*. PataAe. By JOE McCABB Every now and then, a tune rolls off the music industry's as- of fled from a Hitler-dominated Au- Dorsey and his band. stria to the freedom of the Amer- In J™"*/'* h*nds; ,the nu/nW '* ican concert stage. smooth and elaborately orchestrat- ■ Delightful, informal, sung j ed with Frank Sinatra handling most as the Trapps must "have !*". T.he, T™r** J a1^ ** "* eightorteii years ago in " ' uUldnt 1"k'' * Million, 35 ££ iTtS-'-is: &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1940 PACS FOUR TWa Campus Chat Jual Am IVT ><2 If TtM fwtkm CaUmt* ft Eddtoriaf) Wards By RAY EDWARDS I ®urt the <• Uw NorU Tmum KMlatkm €«)<««• *« «lu* MM &■■■■>■■ 1. !«. « tk« t Tbh. IM <■ it> H« rf Man* I. 1*1* On MMritUM IbM Jmliwrol kf -UN *• ■& ...i* / " ..Jter K4*r*riU *Ur Wlltord 1^. UKM SS «"*, IHMI Mtbar — *«* > <" ■ .Dmratkr lltrrit fmwn * — MtUi H/Kth«, CotauMii Jo* M«Cab« Vlr*sai« CM Um RihImi <1 V ««hi. *<*«* !.*• K4ttS Bill bviitton Va-gt M P l , U« Hi ton foil* Anna M|M>. OmU Mktm. Jw W«W . Uw* Hmrrtm Hi. lUl^Um, Krrti. Hmi. , Bwum Manager barraii Jan— farrtlr *>o w . V H«U Jt aa4 C ft Shuf« 4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1940 I I. i Can'f Boys Make Datw Ahead of Time? By Georgian na Pace Can't \*>yn make dates ahead of t m ? Or do they have little enough pride to be satisfied with • firl who invariably an- swers a sticky, Nuthifl', to the 7:45 query of a Chilton hall Beau Br...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY,OCTOBER 18. 1940 PAGE FIVE Fifty-Six Men Accept Bids From Six T. C. Fraternities The Receiving J2ine Betas Get 18, Trojans Eight, Talons, Geezles Four, Falcons 14 Fifty-six wen formally accept- ed pledgeship into the six campus social fraternities at meeting* of the organisations Monday night. Beta Alpha Rho Beta had the largest group of pledges, 18. while Hf Tftlona and Geezles accepted the smallest number, four each. Other fraternities and the num- ber of men pledged were: Pi Phi Pi, seven; Trojan, eight; and Fal- con, 14. A complete list of fraternities and their pledges is as follows: Complete List Beta Alpha Rho Beta: Frank Greer, Rochester; Jack Jernigan, Van Alystne; Henry Amlin, Ro- ger Smith. Charles Kelly, and George Goddard, Denton; Donald Thompson, Dallas; Jim Slider, Comanche; Jim Gatman, Loving; Clifford Gibbs, Rosebud; Guy Tankersley, Brownfield; Nace Formagus, Port Arthur; Gar- land Matthews, Hillsboro; G. A. Lloyd Wolfe City; F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1940

Hip* PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1940 All-American Editors Give Congrats Smith M from pat* 4 own opinion* he accords "cauterises pi* At UA-fjUlii frtctator* I I •** m many of ih^m at the "W nrth*r rata may till look at Bif-Ltttla SiaUr Adoption laat dictators with impunity," ha Mid I Tu**day atgM . . . thaaa th* y«ar after Hitler aelzed th* potw in Germany. "I know sot; but th* humblest American laborer may "till reject the mo*' pompoua politician or criticia* to hia heart's content tha mnst popular praai- dant." Though ha n*v*r talk a down to audieneaa, he enjoy* giving them, whether philosopher* or statesmen or plain electorate, tha wine of a* Uinuhrnent to drink. Hi* aatire, for which he ia noted, raata on a seem- ingly irrelevance Ilka the reaaon ing* of Alice'* White Knlirht. whoae horae, it ia remembered, wore ank- let* for fear of sharks Mr. Smith'* nonaena* ia, however, highly com- patent allegorising. K*rel«ioriana In a speech in the house l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1940

Guess Football Score On Chat Sports Page Th e Ca mpus Chat Guess Football Score On Chat Sports Page FIFTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 6 ■ 1 north ikxas state teachers coixkck. i>knton, TSflMK Friday. <x tmisku lt , imo Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 1 f I 1 I Young Gets Leading Role In 'Journey's End' Cast Supporting Players Are Chosen; Dec. 5-6 Directs Players Is Production Date Bill Young, freshman student from Walla*, wan chsiffl last week for the lead in "Jc ■ ney's End," R. C. Sheriff's modern English war play and the first major produc- tion of the College Players this fall, which will be presented in the main auditorium of the college December 5 and t; tinder the direction of Mrs. Myrtle tfftrd) ■ of the speech de- partment. Young, a veteran stock player and legitimate ballroom dancer for over im years, was chosen for the role of Captain Stanhope, lovable British officer in World War I, re- spected and admired by his soldiers, around whom the play centers. Selections Complete Cast selections ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1940

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1940 m Nr i ur Sisco's Charges Tackle Kats In Tough LSC Game Saturday Sfuosd ScAipiuAA By Bill Belt MeLendon Eagles Mop Up Axmen 27 to O To Keep L. S. C. Slate Clean Winner of Contest Will Possibly Fight Ea«t Texas for Crown By HUT coi.EMAN Ha^kin* >n tnr ll rM of ow farenc* wir, thc Eagle* invade Hont viilt Saturday 1m OUtmm probably be their tough**! and most important battle of the sea- Hard-Running Hicks Furnishes Thrills TV BearkhU. with four out of five mmronference wins to their credit, will he * stubborn foe this year aecwding V> an impresmve record last year and a large number of veterans According U Coaeh J ark Siseo, the Raffle* will have to he at leant two touchdown* better than the Hearkat* m order to win Saturday'* if«trie which might determine who will win the Ume sur Conference Homecoming ! *> .Saturday will ha homecoming day at H.jr>t**ill* and the Kat* will be double tough. They irtJB bsvi fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1940 PAGE THREE South of the Border Songs, 'W«torloo Bridge' Shows Halloween Dances Featured by Ballina Senorita Georgina Ballina. as' lina in a l*-autiful costume richly charming a good will amtia Nadre*.« ornamented with white lace, also ior the folk arts south at the bor- featured the traditional headdress der as might be found, was pre- worn by women who arc reputedly sented in a colorfully costumed the most beautiful in Mexico. program of authentic Spanish and Hraddrea* Mexican folksongs and dances Mon ThlH headdress, according to tra- day night at the Teachers College (,iUon WBH Bdopted by tke Tehuan- IHmtnrwin. tepee women after their men had, Senorta Bitllma dancing, her dj^ovei-ed a quantity of baby dress- beautiful costumes, her guitar „ ,n the -argo of a ship washed playing and singing, her blow up on thl. 4tlorw of thl. Uujf of hair, flashing eyes, cAstenets, and Tehuan tepee. Not knowing what -inuous Oriental hand move...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1940

PAGS FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940 I t The Campus Chat iff l< | F ' 'm i # M I Wtnttl Oflra FoMmIn* waaklr — Uw North Tma. Kt.t tar OmmiIm • ! !« tk* «M «f I>M IMlitM l Mall Aru !<n •M CXM Wr tfc #a4«U I K*MT«4 M MKM4- •4 <f*r* • ( l Mt Ed(itorial) Wards By RAY EDWARDS H ft# U .( „ Mt IMw*'* imiM IMltor fwH hH« l«ll« • - «• •** teM. tt«EZ .,.. J«M> w*w Swvfet* MM#. . [n.wilht Karri* I « ' . BbajfeaM r tiiwi 11111 Jo. Mrlalx Vlr#if .« !'•« . U HinlOd. «' r : v«wk> Atwircf U Kdi'h N KIIMI. Bil WHM**. N*l> W«.« T * * H.'H H | . IK", M«- Rct<u,M> > KOTTT tm§m, Ktt Hmu*. ttiMM AwNk. ■*«. Mi K«'l# hMnit All«i imu t ., rmm miwh mm, i — ' > *«# '" * «•' «!*. *«'r H..D flawi*. fcrf.tfc (w-.rrU (IWvrt Mar) l^ K«W|> Hl Kliuhrtk Mobl* el Tte— lnt*rc itaaMU> if « Aw.«t .i. MaailNlr of AawitoWit f ran IU*raMt.'«l by Muttosal A4 «f«M«w laej FRIDAY. october 25. 1«j40 Business Course Has Good Purpose Oriftaattojr from r«**arch de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY,OCTOBER 25, 1040 f ■ PAGE FIVE Thirty-Eight Girls Accept Bids From the Four Campus Sororities Paty Gets Dope on Social Functions Thetas, Kappas Set 11, Phoreffs Nine, Kaghlirs Take Seven Thirty-eight TC girl# accepted pledge bids into the four sororities on the campus Monday night. Kappa Theta Pi and Kappa Kap- pa Kappa have the- largest numbc>r of pledge*, 11 each- The Phoreffs Ute iZ eceiOmy Jline speech majors are invited to attend the informal affair, officials have announced. Tickets will be 05 cents. LI THKR \N CLIB {(ii'lVliLl \XS PLAN PLANS DAI.I.AS TRIP BANtit'KT . _ . Plans have been made by Gamma! Members of the Quintilians are have nine, while the Kaghlirs have Delta. Lutheran campus organise- planning a reunion ban>|Uet for seven. New members-to-be will j l'on- t go to Dallas on the second November 1 at 7 o'clock in the serve a pledgexhip of eight weeks. Sunday in Miwtir to confer with crystal room at Marquis hall. All .. , I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1940

PAG1 SIX THE ill CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, OCTOBER 25, 1940 'Northwest Passage' Shows Here tu-futfi i -eds Mwrt MMint the informal* that were held this week. Heems urtrjM)' went twid on a* at mm It was wonderful fun, but you poor gals who danced and danced until you turned into dollies with hole* in your stockings are facing pocket-honk dilrmnu* Never mind, friend* someone must've told Mr. i Russell about it, because there's a perfectly wonderful *al«- on Kay ser how at Russell's now There are colors you lore - Brunette. Banner, and Plumage. And, also, prices you love hose formerly priced at l! and |i Jf> are now mHI«| like mad fo only f.79 I've Men (harn and they i look beautiful Htlll- they would took prettier on you, We see by the calendar that tomorrow night mark* the Tri- Kappa presentation dance . all very formal, loo. That ''all* for more and more evening dresses. Whether your oil ; well ha# run dry or run over, you can And the price and the dress at Russell's now New formal* p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1940

Hear Symphony Thursday Th e Ca mpus Chat Guess at Football Scores FIFTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 7 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 11M0 2730 TELEPHONE 1242 T. C. Symphony Plans Concert To be Presented November 7 First Formal Program Ranges from Beethoven Co-ed Musician Awaiting Visit To 'Pop Goes Weasel' A varied program ranging from Beethoven's "Fate Symphony" to the Boston Symphony arrangement of "Hop Goes, the Weasel" will lw presented from the stage "f the Teachers College auditorium on Thursday night, November 7, it 8:15, when the College Symphony Orchestra will make its first for- mal concert appearum-i' of the sea- son. Concert master for t£e first con- cert will be Judson Custer, grad- uate violinist in the music depart- ment from Abilene. He will play the first movement of Mendel- ssohn's "E Minor Concerto" for violin. Four Numbers The concert will include four numbers, the first of which i* the "Russian and Ludmilla Overture" by M. J. Glinka, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1940

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVE.MHKK 1, 1&40 Southwest Bobcats Come Here In Attempt to Shake Old Jinx Eagles Low to Cats Bobcat Captain Looks Good Last in 1927; Gary* Tim© it 2:30 o'Clock £f%0*J4c*4fUu**c==: By KM Bob McLendon The Southwest Teui Boteat* h«r<i luck 'earn flf the Ijmm* Star Conference, Will he "trivm/ ft*: Iheir first win mm a North T**a eleven in IS Jtnx ridden f**n m tHcy invade the Kagle's nwn aerie tor *hetr meeting here Frtday afternoon at 2:90 o'doek. Seeking to remain In thr eon fames with a <w>reljr ne de<l win over the <leferidng conferencr ch*rnpi«ns, the Kan Marcos eleven / will strtee to repeat their perform- a nee of the 15)27 iMwn when hey took North Teias M to 0 Since that year the Bobcat* have been able te cross the Kagle goal only once, In 1M*, and score a field goal in M7 A mmOm tie in 1993 la thr elnaeat the South- west Te*a* school ha* mm« te breaking the 13 year jin*. Air Show Led bjr Johnie llinla and hi« ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY,NOVEMBER 1. 1940 PAGE THREE Mother-Daughter Series Given By Psychology Club Over KRLD Amusement Merry-Go-Round -By BOYD VAUGHN. College Show Is 'Strange Cargo1 Masses Are Losers In Armament Races ♦ 'Flowing Gold' Booked for Texas "Flowing ColtI," coining to the Te*a* Theatre next Tuesday, stars John Garfield, F'ranees Firnwf, ami Pat O'Brien. The story in taken trum a novel by Be* Bench Setting of the movie is the «#il Psycho-Dramatic Approaches Shown With Skits Thursday B) Milh MrElhen* ()m of the im.-t common urn- theU in M hMW of to day is that between mother and daughter fttf-r. the trouble Wteas because «t the way on* enters or twinge P ■ situation where row- Art m likely to develop I llu*tra(tng I'Hir of Miese p y- r ho-dr* malic- approach. *, ami their r«milts, a group of Teacher* <ol lege psychology Hadtnti1 were fe* tured in a IS-minule program im KRL1' haw Thur d*> morn log. the broadcast being «|* fi"red by the "late Parent-Tea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1940

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVRMHER I, 1940 The Campus Chat Editorial UCra IMS Manual Art* 1(7 Ed(itorial) Wards Porter Speaks to Business Class T Publiatwd br Tha Twkm Co lie*. Praaa Hubliabxd a>«akbr duriiut Ik* nilhua raar by U •tu<toni* of tha North Tnaa Stat* Taarhrra Celiac* Enteral a* aaeond- .'laa> tr,attar IhKamter «. 111*. at tha l—t oArr at Dan ton. Tnaa, undar tha art of Marrh S. 1 7 . Subarrtpttufi Rata. Ualivarad by Mail Chw collate* r«ar MMnr - ■ Aaaoclata Kditor Sport* Editor ftdftor Awkrtjr Kdtlor tVaturv Editor JUy Wwtrdi ry Willarri BiU Bot M !,«nloh aii W>Uh ilith McKliwnj ColumnnU: Jo* MeCaba Virginia I'aty I.*, Htnton. Boj.l Vauihn. Audr j l*«. Edith MrKlbany. Hilt MrLandon • Walkar, Mary Huth H„ro«. Batty Mr- Hon I tar IMty Martin. Mildrad Smith, ptty Scott. Hatty LHincum. Allat' Pjreatl. Krith Tyr Hlku Johnaon. lolly Colaman. Jwk Mattuir* Ml lltwwl** Edith M"Klhaiiy ap. Mary Eliubath Nohlaa yauenn. Aimrj i**. Raporton: Nal&g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1940

I I ——————— THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY,NOVEMBER 1, 1940 PAGE FIVE Girls' Forum Sponsors Assembly Presenting Campus Who's Who Club Presidents, Editors, Grid Captain Will Be Introduced £ociet\j ^yidelitjlth The 19 student* recently delected for representation in "Who'* Who Among Students in American Uni- versities anil Colleges," along with publications editor*, and club and claim president*, will be presented in a 'Who's Who" assembly next Friday morning at 11 o'clock in the main auditorium. The assembly is sponsored an- nually by the Girls' Forum Coun- cil to acquaint freshmen, partic- ularly, with the extra-curricular societies of the college. Nancy Har- ris, president of the Forum Coun- cil, will preside. Short Talks .Short talks will be made by sor- ority. fraternity, and club repre- sentatives about the clubs and the dates requirements for membership in point By Edith McElheny Kaghlirs Present Pledges at Dance Wednesday Night Presenting their new pledges, the Kaghlir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1940

Br pagb 81x thk campus chat, denton, texas, friday. november 1. 1MQ 11 Campbell Reviews 'Journey's End' Before Piayers iMtjUlit Aa I Symphony Continued from l'*g« (Tin* I liwrflHlrt, |fl fl^nl IM graceful ■; Titnl Mo «a^nl | The thted movement, the sehem.j . - , . w somber, mytUrrtwrn, almost stai "Girls, yss* d. loo* ,u h,p~*r rhythm, while teea-ieagth aw*!" j final* m a hymn of triumph it fa* said that Vaaaar •*"■ portray* mustrally the <te- a* However. *« 1 '•* * '•** * .<B )um'ir, reviewed "JaonaJfr *-r>' * «•!* in piajr •■ he t"rv- ''4 h r wi Tim:- ^ emb ' Ip tke ' 41ege I"* <** . b* f"'- member* «he flat. lost * ,ZT." " •■ For its concluding numte-r the Th.j-«i y aight In Ike main ami* w' ' *l B,,n#,TT1 oreheatra torn* to a lightor vein, it,:r '.m. '-hint «m m . especially if tfc«t: M«r*A« wehe-atra) nov.lty, Frit* liwfcw*, rt*r M **"V#ral *om«thuig" knee-leafth m "Pop! fioe* the Wea*«d " f a*ed on prodgrthw® ■ «* «"**•** Per two prwmm, $M m4 mU kmwm them* «# the w...

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